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Stephen Quinn is a tenacious midfield player for Sheffield United. Stephen joined United in 2005 from Dublin's St Patrick's Athletic. He established himself as a first-team regular in 2008-09 and has become a key player for the Blades. He had a varied 2010-11 campaign, being in and out of the side whilst Gary Speed was in charge, but he again became a regular under Micky Adams. Stephen finished the season strongly and won both the Fans' and Players' Player of the Season awards. He is a good passer of the ball and strong in the tackle. Stephen has represented the Republic of Ireland at U21 level.
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